(March 17 to April 25, 1970) He acted in Robert E. Sherwood's play, "Idiot's Delight," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Jack Lemmon and Sam Jaffe in the cast. Garson Kanin was director.
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(On comedic roles in 1970) I really can't be funny unless it's part of the character. It really bugs me when someone thinks of me as a comic. If I read 'comedian Jack Lemmon,' I gag. That means I'm not an actor - which I am.
To golfers everywhere Lemmon was known as the "star" of the celebrity-packed third round telecast of the annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, held at Pebble Beach Golf Links each February. Lemmon's packed gallery was there not only for his humor but also to root him on in his lifelong quest to "make the cut" to round 4, something he was not able to achieve. The amateur who helps his team most in the ...
Known for playing likeable but down on their luck characters